According to recent statistics, YouTube is now getting over one billion views each month!
Steve Bennett needs your help! Irish stand-up comedian, poet, songsmith, and endearingly terrible sketch artist requests the assistance of those of you who understand the pain, dread and self-loathing that comes hand in hand with a hangover!
Yesterday, a video took over our Facebook and Twitter feeds- a video of a young girl in Ray’s Pizza Parlour in Temple Bar, raving about how her Daddy works for KPMG.
There is nothing that rocks a student right to the core more than when you realise that free service you’ve been taking for granted has been blocked just because you’re not an American! Thankfully, this is the internet; there are no rules, and where there’s a will there’s a way. Here’s how it’s done.
YouTube has been named students’ most ‘loved’ brand of 2012, with Jagermeister, Durex and Facebook failing to make the top ten.
“All I wanna do is f**k your body. Ooooh oooh oooh oooh. Tonight’s your lucky night, I know you want me. Ooooh oooh oooh oooh.”
Today we’re in Johannesburg for our Balcony TV review. Flint, meet Spark perform their song Big Black Bear. Flint, meet Spark are a South African duo who play catchy melodies accompanied by great lyrics. Flint, meet Spark are Adelle and Joshua; they have been recording their demo this month and are getting good feedback from their fans.
Recently a video has dominated YouTube. “Gangnam Style” by Psy, a k-pop artist has amassed over 187 million views, and this continues to grow steadily, with no signs of slowing! Of course, this means one thing, and one thing only, lots of parodies. Here’s my pick of the bunch! If you haven’t seen Gangnam Style, scroll to the bottom of the article.
Whatever reaction or view of criticism aimed towards The Reynolds Number must remember that their performance had only been practiced once the night before, with single “Sleep Child Sleep”. With this piece of information, the audience can truly understand not only the enthusiasm the band have for new material, but the sheer confidence of entrusting a song that’s less than a week old to not only entice fans but promote the bands ethos to the masses.
From the California balcony, Madi Diaz offers to us a sugary sweet indie pop/folk number, and for the twenty five year old Nashville based singer it appears wholly effortless. Influenced by her father (of project Object fame) and home schooled by her mother whilst surrounded by Amish influences, the listener can instantly identify with the music on offer. An acoustic guitar and simple echo effect wholly mix the traditional Americana folk musings with modern pop sensibilities, producing a sound that is not only easy to listen to, but marketable to [...]
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